Teachers are being advised of the signs a girl may be at risk of undergoing female genital mutilation (FGM) as ‘cutting season’ approaches.
- Visitors to this deep-level site with over a mile of underground passages can discover how pioneering Caribbean migrants lived on arrival to the UK 70 years ago
- London Transport Museum talks to 92-year-old John Richards, one of the 236 Windrush residents of Clapham South Subterranean shelter
- Londoners seeking refuge during the Second World War and visitors to the Festival of Britain temporarily made this network of tunnels their home
- A new season of guided tours at this extraordinary location starts in August, with other secret disused stations tours already on sale
The 70th Anniversary of Windrush celebrates the pioneering generation that came to Britain from the Caribbean on 22 June 1948 on the SS Empire Windrush ship. Around 236 migrants from the merchant vessel were housed in the labyrinth of underground passages at Clapham South when they first arrived from the former British colonies.
Voting precincts have closed in Alabama, Mississippi and New Jersey, as eight states hold primaries Tuesday, including in California where the Democratic….
‘Religious and philosophical objections to gay marriage are protected views in some instances protected forms of expression.’
Four projects have used open data to redesign key public services in order to improve the lives of local residents, offering them targeted help, advice and opportunities.
Dileep Pisharody, Partner at Rosling King
Much has already been written about the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and its impact on all manner of businesses. The scandals which engulfed Facebook and brought down Cambridge Analytica have focused minds on the potentially vast sums firms could be fined if they fail to manage and store information and data properly.